When Corona beer advertises ‘celebrity’ celebrity,coronavirus outbreak in the US reaches fever pitch

By Steve Russell, Business Insider/Corona Beer The popular Corona beer brand has just run a viral ad featuring a celebrity looking like him or herself, and the ad has already had more than 300 million views.

The ad, which appears to be from Corona’s “Celebrity” line of beer, features a man and a woman in a pair of matching sunglasses who are looking at each other and laughing.

The man says, “Hey, I’m in Corona beer.

Why can’t you be?”

The woman replies, “Because I’m a celebrity.”

The ad has been viewed more than 2.5 million times on YouTube and Instagram.

In the ad, the two men can be seen taking a selfie in front of the bottle of Corona beer, which is filled with a mixture of red wine, champagne and apple cider.

The ad ends with the pair looking into each other’s eyes and smiling, a sign that the drink is being advertised as a celebrity.

A Corona spokesperson told Business Insider that the brand has been “cautiously” running the ad for several weeks, noting that the beer is available to anyone with a Corona.

However, it is not available in stores, as Corona does not distribute the beer to consumers.

The brand has since deleted the ad.

The spokesperson said Corona had not heard of any cases of coronavirus among celebrities.

While the ad is not particularly surprising, the viral reach is.

On Monday, the CDC reported that more than 3,000 people had died from coronaviruses in the U.S. The agency said more than 400 of those cases had occurred in the past two weeks alone.

This article has been updated with a statement from Corona Beer.

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